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Cleaners and degreasers are highly effective and available both as water based and as solvent based products. Drying time, residues, odour and material compatibility are the decisive factors for the selection of a cleaner or degreaser.
Cooling and lubricating agents or cooling lubricants are used to abstract the heat and to reduce the friction between a tool and a workpiece through lubrication separating and forming by using tool machines in the area of the manufacturing technology. In addition, they are used to remove chips through washing up them from the working environment, for a better dimensional accuracy of the workpiece, for a better surface quality, to reduce the built-up edge forming surface finish of the tool and to bind the dust (e.g. grinding) in the area of cutting processes. The secondary effect of the cooling and lubricating agents is the corrosion protection of the workpiece.
Corrosion is the reaction of a metal with its atmosphere. This reaction may cause surface damage and can impair the functioning of a component. Corrosion protection products have been specially developed to offer the best possible protection of metallic surfaces for stockage and expedition.
The lubricant is often used for working in the high pressure range in all areas the of production, maintenance and repair. Here the safety of humans, machines and environment is important. The lubrication systems make it possible to handle the lubricants reliably, safely, economically and according to the standards for the environmental compatibility.
Dry-film lubricants can be classified into solid powder lubricants, wax like slip films and slip paints containing solid substances. Slip paints are solid lubricants (generally MoS2, graphite, or PTFE) that are embedded in an organic or inorganic binder. A solvent that evaporates during the hardening and drying time is added to spread the sliding lacquer paint. After having carefully prepared the surface, the coating is applied by immersion, spraying or painting.
Greases consist of a basic oil, which is combined with a thickening agent (soap). The lubricant remains on the lubricating point through it. There it ensures an effective durable protection against friction and wear, and seals the lubrication point protecting them against outside influences as humidity and foreign substances. Greases are often used in roller bearings and plain bearings, spindles, fittings, seals, guides, but also in chains and gears.
Chemical maintenance products have been specially developed to meet complex standards for the maintenance and assembly. Whether the operational conditions are critical - like high pressure loadings and extreme temperatures - or the atmospheric influence is aggressive - like dust and corrosion, the performance of our maintenance products will always persuade you.
Oils draw the heat well off the lubricating point. In addition, they exhibit extremely good creep and wettability effects. This is the reason why an oiling is used for high temperatures or high rotation speeds. Typical examples of using are gears, chains, plain bearings, hydraulics and compressors.
The composition of pastes corresponds in principle to that one of the greases. Nevertheless, the proportion of solid lubricant is clearly higher. It also guarantees a safe lubrication, separation and corrosion protection effect for the use under extreme temperature and pressure conditions and in aggressive mediums. Pastes are used in screw connections just as during pressing pins and bolts into a hole, for timing belts, clamping chucks, joints and plain bearings.